University Relations News
Faculty Council hears details on system’s All Four:Colorado initiative.
On Nov. 29, 1864, soldiers killed more than 160 Native Americans at Sand Creek. In remembrance of the attack, Dr. Henrietta Mann, the president of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal college, spoke at the University of Colorado Denver
Some doctors and registered dietitians say they are increasingly seeing people whose desire to eat pure or “clean” food becomes an all-consuming obsession and leads to ill health.
The University of Colorado Foundation Board of Directors has appointed Jack Finlaw as president and chief executive officer of the foundation.
The University of Colorado has named Kathryn (Kate) Tallman associate vice president for technology transfer for the institution’s four-campus system.
Tallman to oversee university’s intellectual property efforts.
Anthropology professor helps identify bones in South African discovery; evolutionary implication could be 'huge.'